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Interesting Races At
. Run Off Succesfully
The race on the Knplolanl P.iik
track last Sutiintaj were peifectl) hiic
rcisful aud, deiplte the fact tint there
ere tome Interesting bused ill gurnet
ut Puliation It una caluilited In the
box olllce that about "Oil people were
present who preferred the sport of
Xlngs to the American game The
rather was plcnanl and ioiiI incut of
the time, although occasional showers
rt the front lows of the grandstand
No er fast time was made but
among the races there wire several
rbkh excited u llely Intel est espe
cially the last ono on the piogriun the
tottboj nice a noelt which was
niiuuiK and interesting
The Jockej Club Just about cleirel
Its expenses with perhaps u little more
The" was some betting but pools
icimcd to be favored. However noth
ing much was put up.
The officers of the daj uir as fol
Judges Hon Samuel Parker C II
Durfee unci (ills Sihiiman, stiuur.
Charles WlNon, time km per, Louis
Harks, padclotk-keepcr. It llnlleiitlne,
tlcrk of ionise Captain Sam lohnson
The exemtlve committee in cbiige
of the program was ns follows (' II
Belllna, chairman, Clarence Crahbe II
II I)ais, V Lucas. It Uallt ntlne
First race thiee-elghths mile clash
I'nlo pon race, polo plajtis to tide
I. (ielshn. II E I'leker
.' Wild Oils A C Scott
: Jim Ciovv I. I Maddu
This was easil) won h) the fawulti
Jim Crow Celsha coming In a distant
twond Picker riding (ieljliei made n
protest, ihiiinlng that be bad been
foulid b .Maddux who rode his hoie
right across Pickers at the start Plek
rr, however, himself ndmltted that he
would have been beaten an) how ami
lid not care to push the mattii nil)
further. The tlmo made b the winner
Sao nil race, one-half mile clash
Mollle Connors barred, purse J 1 00.
1. Racer), b m, Tom Ilolllnger
:. Ulacko Besse, b m , i: Devau
cbelle. 3 Louo, s. h , A Domlngoes
1. Amarloo, b b It Ilallentlne
A good many false starts were made
before the bunch sailed out for a go
At the start, Amarlno led, followed b)
lllack Hesse and Racer) with Lono
last. At the homestretch Lono passed
Black llesse and after a tussle also
passed Hacvery Amarlno still led and
although Lono kept closing up the gap
the old favorite crossed the Hue (list
Finish 1, Amarlno, 2, Lono .1 Hnc
tr). 1, Black Hesse Time. 51
A Side Challenge.
Eugene Devauchelle who rode his
mure lllack llesse. In this rnee Is now
ifter a try with A Domingo's Lono He
has u challenge out for a quarter-mile
dash and is willing to back it up "ill
If the race can be arranged It ought to
lie a good one.
One Mile Dash.
Third race, one mllu dush Special
trot for named horses, $50 cup
1. Nettle II, b. m, J V Allen.
I. Lustre, b b , I). II Davis
3. Wisteria, b m , F J Turk
L Artlo W b h . Captain Soule
After n fairly even start with Wis
teria In the lead, this race was marred
by almost every horso breaking
Finish 1, Nettle H ; 2, Artie W , 3
Lustre, I, Wislerlu. Tlmo 2 3J4.
r Another Mile Dash.
Fourth rnce, ono mile clash Trotting
and pacing for named homes, nip
1. '1 rump, b h II II 1'erry
2 Creole b h 1) II Davis
3 Hill) S . b f E Slopp
t Dusty Rends r g , W I ucas
Dusty Itoicls broke at the start nnd
got left at the tall c nil Ho soon pissed
Hilly S. uml Trump and started for
'Creole Tho ellstunio was too guat to
inako up and Davis horse took the llrst
I Inlsh 1 Cnolt Dust) Roads 3
lllll S 4 Trump Time 2 is'i,
Gentlemen's Riding Race.
ITfth tine one mile dash Centle-
mi us riiliug i.ue fin hoises that have
lievei rued wilght 1",0 pounds, $50
nip I or tin mbi rs of Joe kej Club
1 lliau Scott I lloguii,
J Kail Lul. I)r Shaw.
! Nivv Suit II Roth
I Kiiakcia Piliicii Cupid
'. Cvclone No 2 1) II Davis
i. Ilm Sin in A C Scott
7 Supieiiie lic.mli. Ceo 1 1,1: Lucas
n Miss Warren. W. II. Driimmond
California II C Vldn
1U Club Stables. Ltd, ('has llelllm
II Pete Koku, W E Ilelllna
U Lad) Me i: MeCorrlston,
1 1 Mil Wonder. W Lucas
14 I'lnnk, Jim (ulnn
I.-. Poll) It I. Colbum
It. limner It Halle ntlne
IT Detective. S I' Chllllngworlh
It lust 'loo Lute. C I' Cbllllngwoith
Ibis race was one of the most Inter-
sling of the- da) and gave oecaslo.i
foi nine li imrrlmmt The Nlu Won
dei got ana) first hut couldn't keep
the place Ilrunir took the lead ami
passed the nlre flist and Club Stables
Lid second with Ilm Slum a lot
Finish I Ilrunir- Club Stables
l.til I Jim Sloan lime. 1 44V
Mth race inn mile inli Putin!
nuns nice to he lined h) hoi ms and
i Idem now cm dill) and horses that
have neve r neui a i.ni $'iicup. no en
1 Danclv I' Iliiinlnghnni
2 Slianiiciek (J l'1111-.on
.! Waliiiea II II. Iloiifeld.
4 Rlehaid I bird, W 11 Cuitis.
1 Piiiiuul. W II McCoinilek.
i Klkuba A Splllnei
llurnlnghnm's horse led from the
si ut and kipt his lead foi some time
He hiel to can) about 190 pounds and
this pioveil too nine li foi hi in. Rich
iiid Tbiiil and Wiilme.1 passed him lo
gilbei, Wutmea finally drawing awa)
an. i passing the wire Hist.
Finish l, Walmin 2Itlcbaid Third:
3. Dandy, 4, Puiiiil, 1, Shumiock; 0,
Ivlhaha Time 2 HI.
Seventh race, one mile clash Trot
ting mid pacing for named horses; $10
1 Charlie, Di .Monsarrat.
2 Waltei It, Prime Cupid
J Muy Stewart, W E Ilelllna.
4. .Madeline, Tom KlngJr
" Crandpn, Charles Ilelllna.
fi Prince II, I. Levlngston.
7 lioop.1, II Hycroft
S Dlek, J O Schlelf
It took a long time starting ami
three horses broke soon after the start,
(,-anelpa took the lead and kent It. al
though Hoop i made an excellent effort
to catch him
Finish 1. Orandpn, 2 Hoopa Tlmo
Eighth nice, three-cruarter mllo dash
-Molllo Connors to carry 125 pounds;
purse f 100.
1. Rosalba, Charles David
2 -Molllo Connors, H Ilallentlne.
3, Amarlno, It Ilallentlne.
Amarlno led a good part of the race
but Rosalba closed up to him on leav
ing the three-quarter post and tho two
finished almost together.
Finish 1, Amarlno, 2, Rosalba Tlmo
One Mile Dash Again.
Ninth race, ono mllo dash Trotting
and pacing for horses named, cup
1 Nettlo II , J. W. Allen
2 Edna 0 I) II Davis
3 Los Angeles, W II DiUinmond
It look a tiemc minus time to get a
start and at last Col Parker ordeied
tne drivers to stnrt ut the nlic Instead
of making a running start At this
Divls lefiised tu drlvu and wept off Hi
Hack Nettlec II gut left at the stun
leaving Los Angeles to win with a good
I inlsh 1, Los Angeles, 2 Nettie H
Tlmo, 2 38
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to 600 candlopowcr. This
Is tho beat lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by The Standard
Oas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Orades C. t. and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
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NEW - TO-DAY
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plo) of the llullttln Publishing Com
tinnv. Limited, allien Mnv nth. 19(1.!.
and has had no authority to transact
iiuxiness ror the nrm
bulletin I'liii. co , ltu
A meeting of the Democratic Club
will bo held In Wnverle) Hall at 7 30
o'clock this evening, liuslncss and
speeches by .Messrs. Dillon and Feu ley
will be the features.
C J. M'CAItTIIV,
2209 It Chairman
Diirltii niv tctntintarv nbsenee from
the Terrltor), all affairs In connection
Willi thin Cnnsnlntn will Ik. hi flenrmi
of .Mr. (loo Kim Fill, who will bo Acting
Consul YANG WEI PIN.
II, I. C MaJvst)'H Consul, Honolulu
II. T 22ci'.' It
Honolulu Jul) 28, l'JOJ.
The nnnlveisary of the nlithda) of
Ills Impel Inl Chinese Majest) will bo
lelehrated em Wednesday, the 30th
da) or Jul) l'.i2 The le will be no re
leptiun nt this Consulate
YANG WF.I PIN',
U, I C .Majest) 's Consul, Honolulu
Honolulu Jul) 28, lnj 22DU It
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned. W K. ROWF.LL.
having been appointed Administrator
Of the Estate of -MALVLVA J. HOW
IXL. late of the Stnto of California
deceased hereby gives notice to all
persons hnvlng claims against tho es
tato of said Malvlna J. Rowoll, to pro-
sent the same to him nt his office In thu
Stniigenvvnld building, Honolulu, with
In six months from tbe date of the first
puhllentlou or this notice, in they will
he forever barred
Dnteel Honolulu July 28. 11102.
AV. K. ROWL'LL,
Administrator of the Kstnte of .Malvlna
J Howell. Deceased.
220!i Jul) 23, Aug 1, 11. 18, 23.
IS TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF 1'HI
Flist Circuit, Territory or Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate In tho .Matter
of the Ilstate of Lnlku Paupau (w).
late of Kalaupnpa, Molokal. Deceased.
Petition having been filed b) J. M Una
una, next friend or said Intestate, pro).
Ing tint letters of administration upon
enld estate bo Issued to him notice la
hereb) given that Manila), the 1st elav
or September, A. D 1UU2, at 10 o clock
a m In tho Judlclay building Hono
lulu is appointed the time and place
ror hearing said petition when and
vvheie all persons cone erne il inn) ap
peal and show cause If an) the) have',
wh) said petition should not be giant
Honolulu, July 28th. 1902.
11)' tho Court
A. O. KAULUKOU.
2209 Jul) 28; Aug 4, 11, 18.
The uso of heavy lubricating oils Is
made easy for automobiles by an oil
produced with an nlr pump, u few
strokes of which produces suuTclent
pressure to cause the heaviest oils to
(low rupldly and evenly. The flow of
oil la governed In quantity by n feed
valvo attached to the base of tha
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
Tenth race, cowboy raco J30; tbrea
1. Runaway Hilly, Dusky Daby, Lea
hi, W. S R) croft.
2. Wela-Ka-Hao. Rag Time, Warm
Daby, W. C Vlda.
3. Tom, Dick, Harry, Joe Lellllhua.
4. Jack, Jll. Mary, J. K. Maunakea.
In this race, which created any
amount of fun and excitement, only
Vlda, Lellllhua and Maunakea started
At the end of each mile, tho riders had
to take fresh mounts, changing tho
saddle themselves. Although each rid
er made changes with lightning rapid
ity, Vlda beat tho two others at this
gamo and gained a long start by it each
time. He would loosen his cinch on
tho homo stretch and transferred the
saddle In quick order
FinlBh 1, Vlda, 2, Lellllhua.
si tf vl
Ej ,3-1 S.3
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a p m ' en
Monday ,, .
, :' 4 a& I 8
S w.t 8;
4 so li jo
j )C A M
6 6 o 4
t H I
9 t8jl 4
8 48 31
10 40 I J
to o) to
Last quarter of the moon on tbe 27t'i
at G:45 p. m.
Full moon on tho 20th. at fi:lG a. in
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Oeodetlc Survey Tables.
Tho t file s at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Greenwich time, bolnc,
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tho
tlmo whistle blows at 1.30 p. m , which
Is tho same- as Greenwich, Oh Ora.
From Kiiti.il ports, per str V G
Hall Julv 27 P Knight J II Ilo)d,
-Mrs A. II Wooel son and maid, Wm
Thompson ami wife W II Rice-, H K
Sill) the. .Miss L Knlpu Mrs. M Tlcei,
J II. Cooke W II Hoogs C W Hltz,
A -M Atwood, W 0 Smith and son
Mrs Knthcrine Smith II II Ilrodle. II
Schultz, C S i:iton I D Wllllnrd, I:.
Kruse, KrHnionii, Masnlkl, Wing Ken,
Lee Tnl an C D.iljnn T Nawa and
wfle, D Kuwnha and MS .lock,
AN OIL BURNER
(Continued from Pago 1 )
whaif where she will discharge hor
fielgbt foi this port She will go tu
Kahulul on the list where she will
leave her Kahulul freight and take
(sugar She will leturn to Honolulu
August 7 take more sugar and sail for
San Fianclsoc direct Spec'al arrange
ments have been made for the carr.vlng
of bananas on this steamer and the
compaii) holies that the glowers will
take advantage of this
The next sailing elates for this steam
er from San Francisco to this port will
be August 28 and October 0 The new
steamet Xehrnskan will leave on Octo
ber 30, this being the commencing of
the Hnwallan-Amerlcan Co s regular
21-da)s service from San Fianclsco to
OF THE llll It ill
New York July 17. K. II Harrlninn
succeeded Charles II Tweed ns presi
dent of the Pae iflc -Mall Steamship Co.
at tho annual meeting toelay. Thu
property fs controlled by the Southern
Pacific Railroad of which llarrlman Is
also chief executive' Wall street bo-IIcvc-h
llarrlman wou'il not hnve ac
cepted the' presidency If he had not a
plnn in vluvv to compete) with thu Mor
gan Hill Pacini steamship trust, which
Is bllleel to follow the completion of thu
Atlantic ship combine'
The annual repent ct the Pae Iflc Mall
Compuii) Issued toda) showed a de
crease or J1.0I1.S19 In the total re
celpts and of ri'''0j3 In the- total e.
penses A deficit or $307,9.!'; was re
ported as cumpared with n surplus ol
$lh7,8Jii last )enr Tweed In his ro
ipoit, said that the reduced earnings
lor the )iai were largely tho result of
the low rales to Mexican and Central
American ports, owing, In part, to the
suspension or traffic lelatlons Willi tha
Panama Railroad, which buvc nuvf
ENTERPRISE FOR H1LO. ,
I San Franclbco, July 19 Yestenlay
j afternoon the steamei Knterprlsc sail
ed ror Hllo direct with 3000 tonB of
freight. The small tugboat Charles
Counselman, recently purchased by tho
I.Matson Navigation Company for use at
j Hllo, will bo towed to her destination
uy tho Lnterprlse. Tbe passengers
sailing were: Mi. and Mrs. P. Peck,
Miss M. i:. le Van, Miss A. It. Hanlou,
Miss M. A. Lang. H. Kvans, Mrs I.
Kasva)levirez, Miss E Uaker, Georgo
M'DONALD COMMANDS. i
Son Francisco, July 18. The largo
barl.cntlno Fullerton, recently launch
ed at Hay & Wright's shipyard, across
tho bay, will be ready In a few days to
proceed to Centura and load oil In bulk
for Hawaiian ports for tho Union Oil
Company Tho vessel, which was de-
signed by Captain John Metcaire,
I Lloyd's agent In this city, has a capae
iltv for IROOll nnrrnla Thn enaant will
be commauded by Captain McDonald,
Coimcrly or the schooner Mahukona
San Pranclsco, July 19 The Italian
ship Wallacetown, from London, for
Honolulu and previously reported at
Callao damaged, can bo repaired with
out dlscbaiglng, and le In good condi
tion. THE NO PAIN
215 Motel St., Op. Union.
1 1 I I sn
THE GEISHA WAIST
Remains Queen of Shirt Waists
Honolulu ladles who live In perpet
ual summer find tho White Shirtwaist
. . an Important part of the wardrobe ev
ery day In the )car. For this climate
the waist should le, In point of work
manship, a superior garment.
Manufacturers of GEISHA have
thoroughly studied the situation nnd
are able to make up sheer materials In
a manner which combines beauty, dur
ability and comfort to a remarkable
They sent us a large shipment which
arrived b) tho Alameda and includes
some very beautiful and swell st)les,
made with elbow sleeves, especially
suitable for mid summer wear.
All factories commenco at this sea
son to work on Woolen Garments for
Winter. Wo thoroibre advise that you
supply your requirements for several
months, by selecting now, while assort
ments and sizes are complete.
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famous Volcanic Springs situat
ed In the District of Puna, Ulanl
of Hawaii where for ) ears it has
been used b) people living on
the Island) a? a euro for Kidney
Arrangment9 have been made
with the Tjuataln Soda Works
of this city t) act as our distrib
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One Case of 130 Dottles
(pints) $8 SO
One Cats of SO Bottles
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED 2d hand Directory Hawaii
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letin. 2.'09 3t
FOR SALE Horse, harness and busi
ness wagon mare Is good and kind,
guaranteed For sale cheap. En
(lUlro 1346 Kort street 2209 lw
HOW IT STRUCK HER.
A gentlemin waj Bpcndlng a day'i
holiday In tho vLIntt) of Bolton Abbey,
tho property of the Duke of Devon
shire Noticing an ellerl) coifilo nt some
instance evtdentl) admiring tho coun
try, he drew near to hear their cxpres
slons of delight
When ha got within sound of their
voices tho old lad) looking first at tho
landscape, turned to her companion ami
"What a gnad apot to diy clothes
The Bulletin, 73 cents per month.
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flfivwlwf anJ will jcimJiiftM our mirk 1 1 he
a u" J Jk an J.Miti-.t Jit pniJuie We are
( raJuatv iHnlKtt anJ line ItiJ er many
fau.e.rfrit.niD in tin prat, Ike ut )tntMr
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pltue Arlington 111 I jm II trl Street
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Chlorine OO&tiO 60.71
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TAX APPEAL COIRT NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe Court
of Tax Appeals for tho First Judicial
Circuit, Island of Oalni, will sit In the
Tax Office, Judlclar) building, on I'rl
day, the 1st da) of August, 1902, at
1 30 p m , to hear such appeals as
may bo brought before it,
U C. WINSTON,
('resident of tho Court of Tax Appeals
for tho Island of Oalni
Honolulu, Jul) 28, 1902 2209 3t
A FAMILY AFFAIR.
"I had business In the far West li.lt
winter," said a Iloston lavv)ei the otli
ci da), "ami while I vvus stopping in
a small town for a da) or two a man
was tried for stealing a horse 1 went
ovei to court to seo how the) put
things through, and closely follow 1
tho ovldenco on both sides. There
wasn't a shadow of a doubt In ni) mini
that the prisoner was gutTty. and Hut
evening I said to his law)er
"'You'll lose )our case tomorrow.
Tho Jury must certainly convict '
'" 'Oh, I don't know," lie replied,
" 'You don't hope to get him off, do
"'Well ma) he not, but there'll sure
b) bo a disagreement '
" 'Should count on that It I had the
" Hut I do )ou know." he replied
'I'vo got fwo biothers In law on the j i
ry and )ou don't suppose they are co
Ing back on the famll) do )ou"
"Thev dldn t. laughed tho narrator.
"Next da) the case was closed, and
tho Jui y dlsagieed ' Iloston Post
Captain What Is strateg) In war"
Give mo nn lnstnnco of It
li1')! seigenut Well, stiateg) s
when )o don't let tho enem) dlscovor
that )o nu out of nmmunlllon, but
Keep right on ill lu Washington Stnr.
65 Queen St.
OK TUESDAY, JULY 2911) '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho resldenco of Mil. CltlOTn, Un
ion street near Hotel street, I will sell
nt Public Auction tho entire housohold
furniture, consisting of Parlor Furni
ture, Itockcrs, Cano Hockcrs, Center
Tables, Sofa, Hugs, Pictures, Curtalus,
Hook Case, UookB, Hanging Lampt,
Stand Lamps, Folding Heel, Oak Ileds,
Iron Beds, Oak lluieaus and Wash,
stands, Chest Drawers, Screens, Dining
Tablo and Chairs, Meat Safe, Patent
Table, Wood Stove, Firewood, Ferus,
Palms, Plants, r.tc, Etc,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 30IH,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho residence, No. 30 Kukui lane,
off Kukui streetf near Nuuanu avenue,
I wilt sell nt Public Auction, tho en
tire Household Furniture, consisting of
Parlor Furniture, Tnblcs, Chairs, Hock.
ers. Oak Ileds, Ilurcaus, Washstands,
Hair Mattresses, Nets, Curtains, Hugs,
Pictures, Mirrors, licit Clothes, Sheets,
Spreads, Feather Pillows, Lamps,
Crockery, Glassware, Wood Stove,
Cooking Utensils, Washing Machine,
New Hose, Ftc , Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
,000 Rolls Of
ON FRIDAYJUGUST 1st
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, I
will Bell at Public Auction, by order of
.Mil, 11 T. JAMi:S, Assignee of tho
Honolulu Paint and Wall Paper Co,
the entire stock of over 10,000 rolls
of tho latest and most up to elate lot of
Wall Paper In tho city. Stock consists
of While Blanks, (lilts and Ilronzei
Micas, Silk Effects, Ingrains, Hand
some Friezes, Two and Ono band Dor
dei s, Etc., Etc.
Some $4,000 Is represented here in
all new and caicfully selected pat
terns. Samples on view on Wcdnesda) at
Jas. F. Morgan,
FOR SALE ! !
FIRST I offer at Private Sale,
promises on Berotanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustaco Esq.; 13
feet on Berotanla street, 171 fee
deep; price $9000; one half casH, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent
SECOND Premises 259 Klnau SL,
at present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas.
Property has a frontago on Klnau St.
if 115 feet and a depth or 112 feet
Dwelling comprises three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room, KltcHon, Hath,
laigo Carriage House. Price $1500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
rt ortgage at 7 1-2 per cent net Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Here
THIIID Premises on Klnau St, ad
Joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
100 feet, depth 121 feet,
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$1000. One half cash, balance on
rcortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla St
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Qxaeen St